Hillary Clinton and her top aides said they could not remember the answers to hundreds of questions about the private email network the former secretary of state used for five years.
Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin, two of Clinton's closest confidantes, and Patrick Kennedy, undersecretary for management at the State Department, joined Clinton in telling the FBI and Judicial Watch lawyers they did not recall details about the network 327 times, according to figures circulated by the Republican National Committee on Tuesday.
For example, neither Mills, Abedin nor Clinton could remember ever having a conversation about how the email server came into existence or how Clinton ended up rejecting her official state.gov account.
Aides said they could not remember the circumstances surrounding the employment of Bryan Pagliano, the information technology aide who set up the server in Clinton's basement and later struck an immunity deal with the Justice Department to speak about it.
Clinton's former chief of staff did not know how many Blackberry phones the former secretary of state used, whether Clinton used a computer or whether she ever emailed with Clinton about the Benghazi attacks.
The RNC's tally came from depositions given by the Clinton aides to conservative-leaning Judicial Watch in the group's Freedom of Information Act lawsuit over records related to Abedin's employment.
Clinton's responses to the FBI were revealed Friday in 11 pages of notes from her interview with investigators, as well as 47 additional pages of notes on the overall email probe.
The Democratic nominee claimed she did not understand why the top secret information discovered in her inbox was classified and said she did not remember ever receiving training on how to handle sensitive material.